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video game review video game review video game review Video Game Review: Timesplitters Publisher: Eidos Interactive
Category: Action
Platform: PS2
ESRB Rating: Teen    Release Date: October 2000

Overall Rating: 3 Stars out of 4

Review by Tom Allen
3 Stars out of 4

TimeSplitters is the PS2's Perfect Dark. Of course, the game doesn't even come close to the depth of that title, but it has plenty to offer. The story mode is short and easy to beat, but the meat of the game exists in the multi-player section.

Here, you can have up to four human players and ten robotic assistants. Weapons and settings vary greatly, thanks to the game's time-travel theme. Also, if you get bored with the game, you can use the map editor to design your own levels.

Overall, though, I have to say this game is a bit of a cliché. The zombie enemies are a creative cop-out. My biggest complaint, however, lies in the graphics. The textures are too uniform in appearance, and the poorly done lighting effects result in broad, bland areas of color. The graphics may be crisp, but I wouldn't classify them as terribly artistic.

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